Supporting Subscription

While we attempt to keep costs as low as possible Rochford Street Review does have a number of ongoing costs which are slowly increasing as we expand. We have also introduced a policy of offering at least a token payment to all contributors and we would desperately like to increase the amount we can pay for each article, review, contribution or art work. Unfortunately, at the moment, we are operating at a loss which can’t continue in the long term.

In order to do this we need to increase the amount of financial support we receive from our readers. We currently receive the occasional donation, which is great, but we have been looking to other models which would provide us with a little more certainity. We have decided, therefore, to expand the current ‘Supporting Subscriber’ model to include a ‘Recurring Subscriber’ model. This will provide our supporters to select a small amount to contribute each month and provide us with a base level of funding each month.

There are a number of different subscriber options to choose from to support the ongoing work of the Review:

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All standard subscribers will receive a complementary copy of a Rochford Steet Press Chapbook during their second subscription month. They will also be listed in each issue.

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All deluxe subscribers will receive a complementary copy of a P76 Issue 7 during their second subscription month. They will also be listed in each issue.

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All luxury subscribers will receive a complementary copy of The Selected Your Friendly Fascist during their second subscription month. They will also be listed in each issue.

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You can, of course, continue to make a one off doantion. You will receive our almost eternal gratitude and you will be listed in the next issue.

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